Israeli Bar Offers Free Drinks for Those Who Will Get COVID-19 Vaccines
In an attempt to encourage more people to get vaccinated, an Israeli bar offered its patrons free drinks when they get the COVID-19 vaccine as it doubled as a site for immunization.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock Says UK Prioritizes COVID-19 Fight Over Transparency
UK government struggled to reach deadlines for COVID-19-related contracts because it moved to secure equipment at the height of the pandemic, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said.
How Long To Get the Second COVID-19 Vaccine Amid Delays of Distribution Due To Winter Storm
Due to the winter weather that has ravaged most of the US and caused delays in COVID-19 vaccine delivery.
SC Governor Signs Fetal Heartbeat Bill; Bans Abortion After Heartbeat Detection
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster signed the heartbeat bill into law on Thursday. It was signed one day after the legislation passed the state lower chamber.
Vatican Threatens to Fire Employees Who Refuse to Get COVID-19 Vaccine
As COVID-19 vaccines are continuously being distributed, officials from the Vatican directed employees on getting the vaccine to avoid the risk of getting fired.
Life Expectancy Drops by a Year, While 20 Million Years Are Lost Due To COVID-19, Study Claims
During the first half of 2020, life expectancy in the United States fell by a whopping one year as the COVID-19 pandemic caused the first wave of deaths, health officials say.
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Sends 63 Chinese Cinema Goers to Hospital
A supposed cinematic experience was turned into a tragedy after 63 individuals were rushed to the hospital due to excessive levels of Carbon Monoxide in a movie theater on Wednesday.
New York Restaurant Fires a Waitress for Not Getting COVID-19 Vaccine
A popular Brooklyn restaurant in New York fired a waitress after choosing not to get the COVID-19 vaccine amid worries that it might hurt her due to chances of getting pregnant.
Texas Officials Caution Residents of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Wake of Winter Storm Uri
During a news briefing on Tuesday evening, Dr. Samuel Prater shared the dozens of carbon monoxide poisoning cases in the wake of power outages during Winter Storm Uri.
Mexico Dissatisfied Over Unequal Vaccine Distribution, Files UN Complaint
As COVID-19 vaccines are being rolled out globally, Mexico was dissatisfied with the process. The country claimed that it favors richer countries while leaving poorer countries behind in this time of the pandemic.
The Rewards of Psychiatric Nursing
Nobody pretends that it's not a challenging profession which demands real commitment from those involved, so what is it about psychiatric nursing that makes it so appealing? It's a career that people dedicate their whole lives to, and it could prove just as rewarding for you. What's the secret?
North Korea Attempts to Steal Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Data, South Korean Lawmakers Say
Aside from targeting the international cryptocurrency, North Korea also attempted to steal Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine based on South Korean lawmakers.
Future Viruses May Be Even More Severe Without Proper Preparation, Says Experts
The next pandemic could be even more severe as experts suggest that COVID-19 was just the tip of the next viral assault. But experts say with mitigation, it could be manageable.
Israel Awards $1 Million to Anthony Fauci for 'Defending Science'
After being an advocate of vaccines, which are now being administered worldwide in battling the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Anthony Fauci has obtained a $1 million Dan David Prize for his efforts in ‘defending science.’
Guinea Declares First Ebola Outbreak Since 2016, Records 4 Fatalities
Guinea announced a new Ebola outbreak on Sunday when tests arrived positive for the virus following three individuals' deaths and four falling ill in the southeast. This marks the first resurgence of the disease since the world’s worst outbreak between 2013 and 2016.